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As broadcasters, streaming services and Blu-ray discs evolve and push out increasing numbers of pixels, having a screen that's large enough to showcase the quality of what you're watching really does matter. So it's really no surprise that inch TVs have risen so much in popularity.

If you're concerned about the space needed for a larger screen you can rest assured it needn't dominate your space. HD and now 4K video means you can sit closer to your TV, while smaller bezels make modern inch TVs significantly less massive than those that have gone before. They're getting ever thinner, lighter and easier to wall-mount, too. 

Below you'll find our pick of the best inch TVs you can buy, including LCD, OLED and QLED models from the likes of LG, Samsung, Sony, Philips and Panasonic, and offering support for HDR video in various forms, as well as streaming from Amazon Prime, Netflix, Apple TV, Disney+, BBC iPlayer and loads more besides.

1. Philips 65OLED

It’s all gain, no pain for Philips’ OLED TV

Specifications

Screen type: OLED

Resolution : 4K

Operating system: Android TV 10

HDR formats : HDR10, HDR10+, Dolby Vision, HLG

HDMI: HDMI x4 (HDMI x2)

[email protected], VRR, ALLM: Yes

ARC/eARC : eARC

Optical out: Yes

Dimentions (with stand): hwd 84 x x 29 cm

Reasons to buy

+Exceptionally sharp and punchy+Full HDMI feature set+Supports all HDR formats

Reasons to avoid

-Some odd default settings

The Philips 65OLED is an absolutely superb TV that performs even better than its Award-winning predecessor while throwing in the next-gen HDMI features that would have previously put off some customers.

Of the four HDMI ports on the 65OLED, two are full-fat HDMI 48Gbps sockets that support [email protected], VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) in all of its current forms (G-Sync certification is in progress), and ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode), making this a very well-specified gaming TV. The very low input lag of around 14ms certainly helps matters, too, as does the HGiG mode, which broadly results in more accurate tone mapping of HDR games.

On the HDR front, the OLED has pretty much the full house, with HDR10, HLG, HDR10+ and Dolby Vision all supported. HDR10+ Adaptive is on board, too, allowing the TV to adjust HDR10+ content to ambient lighting conditions automatically. While Dolby Vision IQ isn’t officially supported, Philips says the combination of standard Dolby Vision and its AI-powered light sensor effectively does the same thing.

It’s very well appointed for apps, too. Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV and Disney+ are all present in their complete 4K, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos glory (Amazon features HDR10+ content as well); Google Play Movies & TV (soon to be simply ‘Google TV’) has 4K Dolby Vision content, too, while Rakuten is in 4K HDR10; you get BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4 and My5 courtesy of the Freeview Play platform; the integrated BT Sport app will be useful for many; Plex and VLC can handle playback of your own media files; and Spotify, Tidal, Amazon Music and BBC Sounds are all on board. The only real absence of note is Now, and that won’t be a deal-breaker for many.

To get the best out of the exceptionally sharp and punchy display on the Philips 65OLED, you’ll need to tweak its default settings, but the effort is more than worth it. There’s not a better TV available at its price.

Read the full review: Philips 65OLED

2. Sony XRX90J

This big LCD TV is superb for the money

Specifications

Screen type : LCD w/ direct LED backlight

Resolution : 4K

Operating system : Google TV

HDR formats : HDR10, Dolby Vision, HLG HDMI x4 (HDMI x2)

[email protected], VRR: Yes

VRR : No

ARC/eARC: eARC

Optical out: Yes

Dimensions with stand (hwd): 91 x x cm

Reasons to buy

+Lovely, authentic colour balance+Superb motion handling+Solid feature set

Reasons to avoid

-Limited blacks and viewing angles-Fairly rough standard-def-Missing UK catch-up apps

If your budget can stretch to a inch TV, but perhaps not a inch OLED or flagship QLED then the Sony XRX90J (or near-identical XRX94J in the UK) could be just what you’re looking for thanks to its heady mix of fancy features, perfectly-pitched picture performance and a mid-range price tag.

Those features include two HDMI sockets that support [email protected] (but not VRR yet) and the new Google TV operating system. The picture is brilliantly natural, authentic and balanced, and the sound is clear and direct too.

There's plenty of content options thanks to the Google TV OS. Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ and Apple TV are here in all of their 4K, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos glory; Plex and VLC make for easy playback of your stored content; and Spotify, Tidal, Amazon Music and Deezer give you plenty of options for music streaming. However, users in the UK should take note that native apps for Now, BT Sport and My5, but BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub and All 4 are all missing. 

While this mid-range, direct-backlit LCD TV can’t match its OLED stablemates for black depth, but the backlight is consistent, with none of the clouding or blotchiness that’s common of big TVs in this price range. The set may not go perfectly black, but it goes very bright and the colours are excellent with a cinematically warm and rich delivery as well as a subtlety of shading that’s extremely rare at this end of the market.

Read the full review: Sony XRX90J 

3. Sony XRA90J

Simply the best TV you can buy right now

Specifications

Screen size: 65in (also available in 55in, 83in)

Type: OLED

Backlight: not applicable

Resolution: 4K

HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

Operating system: Google TV

HDMI inputs: 4

ARC/eARC: eARC

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 83 x x cm

Reasons to buy

+Outstanding picture quality+Superb motion handling+Impressive sound

Reasons to avoid

-No VRR (yet), buggy [email protected] UK catch-up apps-Expensive

While Sony’s OLEDs are highly regarded, it’s typically hard to justify buying one over a rival LG. Historically, the Sony has a more authentic picture and better sound but is also a step behind on features and usability – and at least a level or two more expensive.

But what if Sony could produce a TV with most of those previously missing features, a more satisfying user experience, and a unique high-quality movie streaming app, all while raising the picture and sound quality to even greater heights? That's exactly what the company's done with the A90J.

In performance terms, the Sony A90J is an absolute stunner. It takes OLED picture performance to new, thrilling levels while maintaining the authenticity for which Sony is justifiably renowned. It also sounds significantly better than all of the other TVs you might be considering. The new Google TV operating system means the user experience is better than that of any pre Sony TV, too, and the exclusive Bravia Core streaming service is a genuine value-added feature.

UK catch-up apps are currently missing but we don't expect that to remain the case for very long. Hardcore gamers might want to take a wait-and-see approach, though, as the set doesn't yet support VRR (an update has been promised but not dated) and we found the [email protected] support a little buggy. 

However, if movies and TV shows are your priority and you have a big budget, we haven’t tested a better television than the Sony A90J. It’s pricey, but it’s also a clear cut above the competition.

Read the full Sony XRA90J review

4. LG OLED65C1

The C1 isn’t much of a step-up from the CX, but it didn’t need to be – this is a superb TV at a competitive price

Specifications

Screen size: 65in (also available in 48in, 55in, 77in, 83in)

Type: OLED

Backlight: not applicable

Resolution: 4K

HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

Operating system: webOS

HDMI inputs: 4

ARC/eARC: eARC

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 83 x x cm

Reasons to buy

+Superb all-round picture quality+Near-flawless feature set+Better remote and menu system

Reasons to avoid

-Marginal gains on last year’s CX-Unengaging audio

LG’s C-series model has been the go-to pick of its OLED range for several years. It has always been the most affordable model with the company’s best panel and picture processing wizardry. Spending more would get you a fancier design and potentially better sound, but the picture would be no different.

That’s not the case in LG has introduced a new, brighter and sharper ‘OLED Evo’ panel, and the C1 doesn’t have it.

With so much of the focus on the upgraded G1, it’s perhaps predictable that the C1 isn’t much of an improvement on its predecessor, but there wasn’t much that needed improving. The picture performance and feature set were already exemplary, and LG has slightly improved the former with its new Cinematic Movement motion processing and enhanced de-contouring feature (which reduces banding), and slightly improved the latter with a better menu system and a more complete app selection (all UK catch-up apps are present).

The G1's picture is undeniably better in terms of brightness, sharpness and detail, but we're not talking huge margins and most people will struggle to justify the extra £ ($), particularly when the niche design and weaker sound are taken into account.

Ultimately, in performance-per-pound terms, the C1 is the better buy. In fact, it's one of the most recommendable TVs available right now.

Read the full LG OLED65C1 review

5. Samsung QE65QN95A

Samsung’s first Neo QLED is a force to be reckoned with

Specifications

Screen size: 65in

Type: QLED

Backlight: Mini LED

Resolution: 4K

HDR formats supported: HLG, HDR10, HDR10+

Operating system: Tizen

HDMI inputs: 4

ARC/eARC: eARC

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 83 x x cm

Reasons to buy

+Superbly bright, punchy and sharp+Exhaustive feature set+Lovely design

Reasons to avoid

-Artificial boost to dark detail-Reticence with extreme contrast-Still no Dolby Vision

This year looks very much like the year of Mini LED. The technology, which sees the traditional LEDs of a TV backlight miniaturised to increase contrast, is a feature of the line-ups of most major TV brands, including LG and Philips.

Mini LED TVs sit below their OLED models for those brands, but for Samsung, Mini LED is its flagship technology (assuming you discount its eye-wateringly expensive new Micro LED sets).

The company has developed its own Mini LEDs, which it says are even smaller and more efficient than those of its rivals, and combined them with its existing Quantum Dot tech to create a range of premium TVs that it calls Neo QLEDs. The QE65QN95A is the first Neo QLED we've tested and Samsung's flagship 4K set for

In real-world performance terms, Mini LED might not quite be the revolution that Samsung is pitching it as, but it is still a substantial upgrade to an already excellent range of TVs. The overall contrast offered is staggering, and the QN95A combines near-OLED black levels with awesomely crisp white highlights and fabulously vibrant colours, all while retaining an effortless sense of naturalism.

Throw in the best, most app-packed operating system in the business, a delightfully slim design and a full set of next-gen HDMI sockets, and this is (a lack of Dolby Vision support aside) as complete a package as can be imagined.

It’s early days for TVs, but Samsung has thrown down the gauntlet in emphatic style, and it will be fascinating to see how its rivals respond.

Read the full Samsung QE65QN95A review

6. LG OLED65G1

LG’s new 'OLED Evo' TV is a stunner

Specifications

Screen size: 65in (also available in 55in, 77in)

Type: OLED

Backlight: not applicable

Resolution: 4K

HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

Operating system: webOS

HDMI inputs: 4

ARC/eARC: eARC

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 83 x x 2cm

Reasons to buy

+Brighter, punchier and sharper+Beautiful when wall-mounted+Improved remote and app offering

Reasons to avoid

-No feet or stand in the box-Sound lacks excitement

For the last few years, the C-class model has been the sensible choice of each new LG OLED range. Until now, it has been the most affordable model with the latest panel and picture processing tech: go further up the range and you might get better sound and a fancier design, but you won’t get a better visual performance.

For , though, LG has introduced a new ‘OLED Evo’ panel that promises increased brightness and sharpness, and to get the Evo panel you have to step up to the G1. That’s slightly disappointing because you also end up paying extra for a rather niche design (the G1 is designed to be wall-mounted, to the extent that there's no stand or feet in the box) that you may not want.

Still, if the design works for you and you don't mind forking out the extra £, the G1 is undoubtedly the best OLED that LG has ever produced. It takes the picture performance of last year’s GX and CX and improves upon it in almost every way, particularly in terms of brightness, sharpness and detail. That makes it a seriously stunning picture performer. It's also packed with apps and next-gen HDMI features, including [email protected] on all four sockets.

Sound is less strong, but if you were always planning to combine your new TV with a separate sound system and the design works for you (and you've got deep pockets), the G1 should be seriously considered.

Read the full LG OLED65G1 review

7. Sony KDXH

One of the best performance-per-pound TVs you can buy.

Specifications

Screen size: 65in

Type: LCD

Backlight: Full array

Resolution: 4K

HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

Operating system: Android TV 9

HDMI inputs: 4

ARC/eARC: eARC

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 83 x x 7cm

Reasons to buy

+Superb HDR+Colours pop+Excellent motion processing

Reasons to avoid

-Lightweight sound-Could be more PS5-ready

The 65XH is one of the TVs that Sony is selling as "ready for PS5". That means it will have [email protected] (often referred to as HFR), VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) and ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode). We say "will" because the set requires a firmware update, but Sony assures that it is expected to land in time for the PS5's launch.

With or without these console gaming features, this is an awesome TV. There are plenty of connections for hooking up partner kit, and you won't be wanting for onboard tech: this is a full-array LED-backlit TV with local dimming and supports the HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision HDR standards, and Dolby Atmos for sound. It’s also Netflix Calibrated and IMAX Enhanced.

And the picture quality? Excellent. Sony’s X-Motion Clarity motion processing technology is reliably superb, making fast-moving pictures like games, sports and action films as smooth as butter. There are plenty of options to fiddle with, but leave it on auto, and you'll still be treated to a great experience visually. It's got good sound, too. A little lightweight compared to some, but it's clear, precise and well-projected. An ideal option for both gamers and non-gamers alike.

Read the full Sony KDXH review

8. Philips 65OLED

Philips strikes gold with this talented 4K TV.

Specifications

Screen size: 65in (also available in 55in)

Type: OLED

Backlight: not applicable

Resolution: 4K

HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision, HDR10+

Operating system: Android TV 9

HDMI inputs: 4

ARC/eARC: ARC

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 88 x x cm

Reasons to buy

+Crisp and detailed picture+Strong sound+Ambilight

Reasons to avoid

-Highlights could be brighter-Not the best choice for gamers

The 65OLED is a Philips OLED as it should be; genuinely excellent. If you’re prepared to forego the odd next-gen feature, it's the best performance-per-pound OLED you can currently buy.

It produces stunningly crisp and detailed pictures from all sources, delivers far more accomplished audio than most rivals, adds awesome Ambilight (which extends the onscreen action onto the wall around the TV in the form of coloured light) to the mix, and has a lower price tag than its LG, Sony, Panasonic and Samsung equivalents.

Gamers may be put off by the lack of next-gen HDMI features such as VRR (HDMI eARC is missing too), but for everyone else, the 65OLED represents an excellent purchase.

Read the full Philips 65OLED review

9. LG OLED65CX

The pick of LG’s current OLED TV range

Specifications

Screen size: 65in (also available in 48in, 55in and 77in)

Type: OLED

Backlight: not applicable

Resolution: 4K

HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

Operating system: webOS

HDMI inputs: 4

ARC/eARC: eARC

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 83 x x cm

Reasons to buy

+Impressive picture performance+Full set of HDMI features+Good operating system

Reasons to avoid

-Can be beaten for sharpness-Still missing some apps

No TV carries with it a greater sense of expectation than a C-class LG OLED.

For the last few years, this has been the most affordable model in LG’s OLED range that gets you the company’s best panel and processing tech – that’s a huge deal when you consider that LG is the progenitor of the current OLED TV revolution and the brand responsible for manufacturing the panel of every OLED TV you can currently buy, regardless of the badge on the bezel.

The C9 was a brilliant TV, and this CX improves upon it in several small but significant ways, such as increased dark detail, richer colours and better motion.

The Philips 65OLED offers an even sharper and punchier picture, plus Ambilight and HDR10+ as well as Dolby Vision, and all for a lower price – but the CX responds with a better operating system and a complete set of next-gen HDMI features.

Ultimately, which you go for will depend on what you’re looking for from your next TV (and where you live – the Philips isn’t available in the US or Australia), but the LG CX’s popularity is well deserved.

Read the full LG OLED65CX review

Samsung QE65Q80T

A great value 4K TV with a bold picture and impressive sound

Specifications

Screen size: 65in (also available in 49in, 55in, 75in, 85in)

Type: QLED

Backlight: direct LED

Resolution: 4K

HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, HDR10+

Operating system: Tizen

HDMI inputs: 4

ARC/eARC: eARC

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 83 x x cm

Reasons to buy

+Excellent contrast and colours+Three-dimensional and detailed+Solid, spacious sound

Reasons to avoid

-Occasionally overcooks colours-Slightly exaggerates film grain

The Samsung QE65Q80T will be many people’s idea of a great value, high performing 4K TV. It has a big screen with a bold picture and superb HDR images; it delivers impressive sound and has just about every smart feature and app streaming service under the sun.

What’s more, the Tizen OS makes calibration and navigation easy, meaning this set is a good choice for those who want to tweak, as well as those who wish to do no more than take it out of the box, place it on the stand and switch it on.

The Q80T range’s popularity is well-founded, but before you get out the credit card, you should also consider the Award-winning Sony KDXH above. For a little less money, you get a picture with a touch more maturity, just as much impact and even better motion processing. There isn’t a huge amount in it, though – both are killer TVs.

Read the full Samsung QE65Q80T review

LG OLED65GX

This beautifully designed ‘Gallery’ model is one of the highlights of LG's OLED range

Specifications

Screen size: 65in (also available in 55in, 75in)

Type: OLED

Backlight: Not applicable

Resolution: 4K

Operating system: webOS

HDR support: HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

HDMI inputs: 4

USBs: 3

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 83 x x 2cm

Reasons to buy

+Consistent, natural performance+Improved motion and dark detail+Lovely design

Reasons to avoid

-Currently lacks UK catch-up apps-No feet or pedestal in the box

While most people will opt for LG's C-class OLED, which is the most affordable set with all of the best picture processing, this GX takes that same picture and adds more powerful sound and a beautiful design.

This is LG's 'Gallery' model, and as such, is entirely intended for wall-mounting. You don't even get a stand in the box (although feet can be bought separately), with a low-profile mount provided instead. The set is a uniform 2cm deep, which is exceptionally slim. The CX, by comparison, is cm deep at its thickest point.

Picture-wise, LG has taken the exemplary performance of its OLEDs and improved it in a few key areas, with dark detail, colour richness and motion handling all getting a worthwhile boost. The set sounds decent, too, particularly for one with essentially invisible speakers.

The only issue for UK buyers is the current lack of catch-up apps such as BBC iPlayer, but LG assures us it's working on this. Either way, this is a stunning TV and currently the best inch TV you can buy.

Read the full LG OLED65GX review

Samsung QE65Q95T

It's perhaps not the flagship TV we were expecting, but the Q95T is still a cracking set

Specifications

Type: QLED

Backlight: Direct LED

Resolution: 4K

Operating system: Tizen

HDR support: HDR10, HDR10+, HLG

HDMI inputs: 4

USBs: 2

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 83 x x cm

Reasons to buy

+Rich, solid, natural picture+Very good motion+Improved sound

Reasons to avoid

-‘Predecessor’ was punchier

New for , the Q95T isn't the successor to the Q90R that we were expecting it to be, but it is a brilliant TV in its own right and has launched at a lower price than did its 'predecessor'.

It has fewer dimming zones and goes less bright in real terms than the Q90R, but the Q95T is otherwise better in every meaningful way. It delivers a richer, more solid and more natural picture, much improved motion processing, and better sound.

The Tizen operating system is largely unchanged, and that's no bad thing. No other operating system has as much content or more quickly gets you to what you want to watch. All in all, definitely one of the best inch TVs you can buy.

Read the full Samsung QE65Q95T review

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The best inch TVs for

The best inch TV can bring greater immersion and enjoyment for everything you do on a TV, from movie watching to catching the news or playing games. But finding the right TV is difficult, with so many options in technology, smart TV functions and audio quality. You also want a great value, but you don't want to give up any of the best features for that low price. And a inch TV makes all of these factors more important, as our TVs take up more room in our living rooms and home theaters than ever before.

You'll want to decide up front whether you want to use the included stand or take the extra steps to mount the TV on the wall. You'll need adequate space for the width of the TV (roughly feet across). According to our guide What size TV should you buy?, you'll get the best viewing experience seated 60 inches (5 feet) from a inch 4K screen, so make sure that you have adequate space for your big screen, and plan accordingly. 

Over the course of the year, we look at everything from budget smart TVs to premium OLED models. After reviewing dozens of TVs, with well over hours of lab testing and eyes-on viewing, we've pulled together this list of the best inch TVs you can buy.

What are the best inch TVs?

When it comes to inch TVs, our clear favorite is the Samsung QN90A Neo QLED TV, which combines QLED color and mini-LED backlight to form the new Neo QLED, Samsung's latest premium display technology. The result is an incredible-looking TV, that combines killer performance with great design, rich smart features and great audio quality. It's easily the best inch TV we've reviewed this year, offering great value with it's more premium price.

For the budget-conscious, the TCL 6-Series Roku TV (R) is our top pick. For less than $1, you get a brilliant QLED display with mini-LED backlighting, providing the best OLED alternative we've seen all year. And while Roku TV may not be as feature-filled as some of the smart TV platforms we've seen, the sheer amount of apps and content available is staggering. The TCL 6-Series R is the best TV value on the market, and it's not even close.

The best inch TVs in

1. Best inch TV overall: Samsung QN90A Neo QLED TV

The ultimate QLED TV

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 55, 65, 75, 85 inches

Screen Type: QLED

Refresh Rate: Hz

HDMI ports: 4 HDMI (1 HDMI )

Size: x x 1 inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Beautiful, thin design+Neo QLED delivers incredible brightness+Impressive anti-glare abilities+New solar-chargeable remote

Reasons to avoid

-Visible blooming at times-Just one HDMI port-No Dolby Vision support

The Samsung QN90A Neo QLED TV combines Samsung's highly refined quantum dot technology with the tight control of mini-LED backlighting, resulting in one of the best TV displays you'll ever see. Brilliant color and unmatched brightness make for superb performance, and Samsung pairs that with a bounty of smart TV functions and genuinely intelligent features, like a solar-powered remote control that eliminates the need to swap out batteries – delivering eco-friendly design and unbeaten convenience at the same time.

The whole thing is packed into a gorgeous 1-inch-thick design that contains a huge array of smart features, potent Dolby Atmos sound and some of the best performance we've ever seen. HDMI connectivity comes standard, along with gamer-friendly features and impressive millisecond lag time for an unparalleled gaming experience. It's the best inch TV we've seen this year, and the winner of the  Tom's Guide Award for Best TV, and a second award as the best gaming TV of the year.

Read our full Samsung QN90A Neo QLED TV review.

2. Best inch TV value: TCL 6-Series Roku TV (R)

The best value TV of the year

Specifications

Screen Type: QLED

Refresh Rate: Hz

HDMI ports: 4 HDMI, 1 USB

Size: x x inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Excellent QLED and mini-LED display+Great gaming performance+Roku TV offers a huge app selection and easy interface+Improved Roku remote

Reasons to avoid

-Sound is a little weak-Roku is missing some of the latest apps

When it comes to value, there's just no beating the TCL 6-Series Roku TV (R). With the inch model selling for an affordable $, the TCL is packed with capabilities on a par with much more expensive competitors. The display looks great thanks to QLED enhancement for better color and brightness, and the mini-LED backlight offers the best contrast and HDR performance we've seen on a LCD-based display.

TCL also adds gamer-friendly features, like THX Certified Game Mode, which makes it one of the best sets for the latest game consoles like PS5 and Xbox Series X. Combine this with smart design touches like built-in cable management and the excellent Roku TV platform, and the TCL 6-Series R is the best budget-friendly value you can get in a inch TV.

Read our full TCL 6-Series Roku TV (R) review.
 

3. Best inch OLED: Sony Bravia XR A80J

An excellent OLED with next-gen tech

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 55, 65, 77 inches

Screen Type: OLED

Refresh Rate: Hz

HDMI ports: 4 (2 HDMI )

Size: x 33 x inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Outstanding picture, audio quality+Lots of dynamic and smart features that really work+Powerful Google TV interface

Reasons to avoid

-Dynamic adjustments needed for best picture-Not all HDMI ports support HDMI Bravia Core streaming service doesn’t dazzle

The Sony Bravia XR A80J is our new favorite inch OLED, thanks to an incredible array of futuristic technologies: this 4K OLED TV has HDR, a Hz refresh rate, ATSC tuner, Google TV streaming and Sony's own Bravia Core service, Acoustic Surface Audio+ technology… the list goes on. Sure, not everyone will need everything here, but it's nice to have the option.

Just as importantly, it also excels at the basics — contrast is superb, colors are rich and varied, viewing angles are impressive and it handles upscaling well. Sound is also excellent and Google TV is a big upgrade on the older Android TV. Against that, the XR A80J requires a little more tweaking in order to look its best; it's fine out of the box, but to really reach its full potential, you'll want to play around with various modes. It's not the cheapest and other sets beat it purely based on picture quality, but as an all-round package the A80J is a great choice.   

Read our full Sony Bravia XR A80J review.

4. A great inch OLED: LG CX OLED

Last year's great OLED TV

Specifications

Screen Type: OLED

Refresh Rate: Hz

HDMI ports: 4 HDMI , 2 USB

Size: x x inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Stunning picture+Excellent smart TV features+Top notch sound capabilities+Ultra thin design

Reasons to avoid

-Relatively high price

The inch LG CX OLED is one of the best TVs ever made, with a mix of performance and features that put other TVs to shame. The OLED display offers rich, detailed picture quality with razor sharp 4K resolution and pixel-perfect lighting, and LG makes things even better with powerful video processing and Dolby Vision IQ, which adjusts the display for ideal HDR performance in any lighting conditions. LG has also loaded the TV with smarts, like built-in support for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant for voice interaction and smart home compatibility. Combine the ease of voice control with a motion-sensing remote and the LG is the most intuitive smart TV we've ever used.

With both HDMI connectivity and Nvidia G-Sync support, it's also the best gaming TV, whether you use a console or a PC. Speedy performance and gamer-friendly features just seal the deal. It's also a beautiful TV when the power's off, thanks to LG's display-on-glass design and sleek stylings. From every angle, it's the best TV we've seen.

Read our full LG CX OLED review.
 

5. Best OLED TV value: Vizio OLED TV (OLEDH1)

A killer price for OLED quality

Specifications

Screen Type: OLED

Refresh Rate: Hz

HDMI ports: 4 HDMI, 1 USB

Size: 57 x x inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Ultra-low price for an OLED+Generally strong picture and audio quality+SmartCast provides plenty of smart features and free video content

Reasons to avoid

-Gaming performance could be better-Cumbersome stand

The inch Vizio OLED TV (OLEDH1) is the most affordable OLED TV on the market, and the first to offer a less-premium alternative to offerings from LG and Sony to shoppers in the United States. Selling for hundreds of dollars less than the competition, the Vizio OLED packs plenty of smart features alongside the 4K OLED display, and delivers the sort of premium picture quality that normally costs much more.

Vizio's SmartCast smart TV platform has also expanded its app selection significantly, and all of the major apps you might want – from Netflix to Disney+ – are available right on the TV. The few that aren't offered on the home screen (HBO Max is the most glaring omission) can still be enjoyed through the TV's built-in Google Cast and AirPlay 2 support. Combine all of this with an improved remote control design and great sound with better-than-average bass, and you've got one of the best TV values of the year, and the easy pick for affordable OLED TVs.

Read our full Vizio OLED TV review.

6. Best budget QLED: TCL 5-Series Roku TV (65S)

Quantum dot quality for less

Specifications

Screen size: 65 inches

Screen Type: LCD with Quantum dot

Refresh Rate: 60 Hz

HDMI ports: 4 HDMI

Size: x x inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Faithful colors+Built-in Roku smarts+Excellent price

Reasons to avoid

-Mediocre sound-Modest brightness

The TCL 5 Series Roku TV does what TCL does best, delivering a surprisingly great mix of features and performance at an excellent affordable price. With the inch model selling for less than $, you get the superb color and brightness of QLED, as well as Roku's user-friendly smart TV interface, which puts thousands of apps right at your fingertips.

In addition to the excellent color accuracy and full color gamut offered by the QLED display, it offers top-of-the-line HDR support, with Dolby Vision in addition to basic HDR10 and HLG formats. With input lag clocking in at milliseconds, it's also one of the best affordable gaming TVs you can buy. And it's roughly half the price of Samsung's equivalent QLED TV, making it one of the best values in smart TVs.

Read our full TCL 5-Series Roku TV (S) review. 

7. Best premium OLED: LG G1 OLED TV

A luxe inch OLED with stunning design

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 55, 65, 77 inches

Screen Type: OLED

Refresh Rate: Hz

HDMI ports: 4 HDMI

Size: x x inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Exclusive OLED evo panel delivers brighter picture+More affordable than last year’s Gallery Series+Same stunningly-thin design+New remote is a major improvement

Reasons to avoid

-OLED evo offers minimal improvement-WebOS is disappointing

The LG G1 OLED TV is the updated version of LG's superb Gallery OLED, boasting a premium 20 millimeter-thick design and sleek flush-to-the-wall mounting setup. It's still the best 4K OLED TV made by LG, but as the first TV with LG's second-gen OLED evo technology, it falls short of some claimed performance improvements we were pretty excited for.

That said, the LG G1 OLED is still an impressive OLED set, and LG has even knocked the price down a bit, while updating almost everything else about the set. The slim OLED features more comfortable remote control, enhanced gaming features, and the latest version of webOS, all while delivering the same excellent picture quality and impeccable sound that we expect from LG's best OLED models. The LG G1 OLED TV stands as a reminder of just how far modern TV technology has come — we just hope it hasn’t plateaued.

Read our full LG G1 OLED TV review.

8. Best inch Hisense TV: Hisense U8G Android TV

A great inch Android TV

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 55, 65 inches

Screen Type: LCD with Quantum dot

Refresh Rate: Hz

HDMI ports: 4 (2 HDMI , 2 HDMI )

Size: x x inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Very bright+Excellent sharpness, color and contrast+Low lag time

Reasons to avoid

-Overactive motion smoothing-Mediocre viewing angles

The Hisense U8G Android TV is our favorite Hisense model, and one of the best Android TVs around. With a quantum dot display for bold color and integrated Chromecast and Google Assistant smarts, it's a full-featured smart TV that offers great quality for a reasonable price. With support for both Dolby Vision and HDR10+, it also offers the best HDR format support you can find, along with Dolby Atmos sound. It has built-in voice control with room-listening microphones, effectively letting you use the TV as a smart speaker, and offering the sort of smart home integration and control that would normally cost much more.

In our review, we were especially impressed by the U8G's brightness, which exceeds nits of peak brightness and combines with the better-than-average HDR support for great performance that brings out highlights and shadows. With few complaints and lots of great perks, the Hisense U8G Android TV is easily our new favorite Hisense model.

Read our full Hisense U8G Android TV (65U8G) review.

9. Insignia F30 Fire TV Edition ( model)

The best inch Amazon Fire TV

Specifications

Screen Sizes: 65 inches

Screen Type: LCD

Refresh Rate: 60 Hz

HDMI ports: 3 HDMI, 1 USB

Size: x x inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Responsive Fire TV OS+Alexa brings lots of tools and smart home integration+Wide sound

Reasons to avoid

-Less than accurate colors-Poor contrast

The bargain priced Insignia F30 Fire TV Edition ( model) is a 4K smart TV for people who want the convenience of Alexa and streaming services in a single package. With 4K resolution, HDR support with Dolby Vision and a huge library of apps and content, the real selling point of the Insignia Fire TV isn't any one feature, but the total package of smart capabilities that are offered in this ultra-affordable TV.

While it's true that you get what you pay for – the performance isn't top-of-the-line, the gaming support is middling and the Fire TV platform is a little too Amazon-centric for our liking – it's still a great option for casual viewers, and it's priced to sell like crazy. And that's before the steep discounts offered for every big sales event.

Read our full Insignia F30 Fire TV Edition review.  

Best outdoor TV: SunBriteTV Pro 2 Outdoor TV (SB-PK-WH)

Perfect for viewing in the afternoon sun

Specifications

Screen Size: 65 inches

Screen Type: LCD

Refresh Rate: 60 Hz

HDMI ports: 2

Size: x x inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Solid 4K picture with basic HDR+Rugged outdoor design with internal climate control

Reasons to avoid

-Expensive-No built in audio or smart functions

Most inch TVs are made for living rooms; take them outside and they’re prone to damage from extreme temperatures, water or even bugs. But the SunBriteTV Pro 2 outdoor TV is built for those conditions, with a rugged design that can withstand the elements. Whether it's in a cold garage or out on an open porch, the weather-sealed chassis fends off precipitation, dirt and bugs, and even has a sealed compartment for HDMI hookups. The screen is made to be viewed in full sunlight conditions where even other outdoor sets would falter.

With basic HDR capability and strong overall performance, the SunBriteTV is a great set for any outdoor setting. And with optional weatherproof soundbar or speakers you can enjoy sound that's just as tough. If you want a great set for your yard, this is the best TV to get for outdoor viewing.

Read our full SunBriteTV Pro 2 outdoor TV review.

Best inch 8K TV: TCL Roku TV 6-Series 8K (65R)

A stunning 8K TV for less

Specifications

Available Screen Sizes: 65, 75 inches

Screen Type: QLED + Mini-LED

Refresh Rate: Hz

HDMI ports: 4 (2 HDMI )

Size: 57 x x 3 inches

Weight: pounds

Reasons to buy

+Technical picture quality is good+Well-conceived remote redesign+Fine gaming performance on consoles and PCs

Reasons to avoid

inch model struggles to prove worth of 8K resolution-Very little 8K content available in the wild-Poor off-angle viewing-Mediocre sound

When it comes to inch TVs, there are plenty of ultra-premium sets you can choose from, but TCL has stepped things up with a surprisingly affordable inch 8K TV. The TCL 6-Series 8K Roku TV (R) is even more affordable than some of the 4K sets we recommend. Plus, it's got everything we love about Roku TVs, along with excellent performance and short lag times for gaming.

By offering next-gen resolution at current-gen prices, it's the 8K TV we recommend – or, that we would recommend, if we thought people should be buying 8K TVs (which we don't). Our only issues with the TV's performance were the 8K panel's limited viewing angles and the mediocrity of the audio, which can be solved with a simple soundbar. But the bigger issue is one facing any 8K TV out there – there's next to nothing you can watch in 8K, and that may not change anytime soon.

Read our full TCL 6-Series 8K Roku TV (R) review.

How to choose the best inch TV for you

If you're in the market for a new TV, you'll want to consider a few factors before you spend your money. Our TV buying guide breaks down the fine details of what features matter and what distinguishes a great TV from one that's just okay. For a inch set we strongly recommend going with 4K resolution. There are a few older p models still available, but they simply aren't a good value today. And while 8K TVs are hitting the market in the inch size, it will still be some time before 8K resolution gets mainstream support.

Size and space: For a inch 4K TV you'll want to sit about 5 feet from the screen to hit the sweet spot of being close enough to enjoy all the sharp details, but not so close that you'll be able to make out the pixels that make up the picture.

Price: A basic inch 4K smart TV will range between $ and $2,, depending upon how premium your tastes run. The TCL 6-Series Roku TV (R) is the best budget model we've seen in this screen size, but if you want the best picture available, the LG CX OLED is our top pick for its combination of stellar picture quality and deep feature set.

Features: For the best picture, we recommend getting a set that offers high dynamic range (HDR) support. HDR10 is the base standard, while Dolby Vision is a higher-caliber format, and we recommend opting for Dolby Vision support when you have the choice.

Ports: Port selection is another chief concern. More HDMI ports will let you connect more devices, like game consoles and satellite boxes. And if you have a soundbar, you'll want to connect it using an HDMI port with eARC.

Software: Finally, you'll want to find a smart TV platform that you like. Companies like Samsung and LG use their own proprietary software, but many use more broadly available software, like Android or Roku TV. The biggest issue is app selection, as some specific apps you may want won't be available on every smart TV platform, or there may be a months-long delay for a new service to come to some smart TVs after launching on others.

But you'll also want to look into more advanced features, like smart home control, video conferencing capability, and other features that may be brand exclusive, or at least unevenly distributed between premium and budget sets.


If you've narrowed down your TV shopping by brand, price range or screen size, check out our picks for the best TVs in each.

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How we test inch TVs

When it comes to evaluating TVs, we're serious about getting it right. That's why every TV we review is put through a rigorous testing process that measures key standards of picture quality and performance.

Our lab tests involve testing for color accuracy and color gamut using an X-Rite i1 Pro spectrophotometer, an AccuPel DVG video test pattern generator and SpectraCal CalMAN Ultimate calibration software. These tools are relied on by professional calibrators throughout the industry, and we've paired them with custom workflows to gather the information needed for our reviews. These measurements are taken first in standard mode to simulate the average watching experience, and then taken again in other display modes to find the top color and brightness performance offered by each set.

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The best 65 inch TV with an OLED panel is the LG OLED65C1PUB. It's a premium TV that delivers stunning picture quality, especially in dark rooms. It has features to please most gamers, like HDMI inputs and variable refresh rate (VRR) support to reduce screen tearing. The built-in LG webOS is user-friendly and has a ton of apps available to download. Note that we tested the 55 inch model of this TV, but the 65 inch variant should perform the same.

The main advantage of OLED panel technology over other TVs is that it can turn off individual pixels, resulting in perfect black levels with no blooming around bright objects. It means that blacks look deep and inky when viewed in the dark. Each pixel emits light in all directions, so it has wide viewing angles, and the image remains accurate no matter where you sit. Although it doesn't get extremely bright in SDR, it has excellent reflection handling, and visibility shouldn't be an issue in most well-lit rooms.

Unfortunately, our unit has bad out-of-the-box accuracy, so you may need to get it calibrated to enjoy it to the fullest, but this can also vary between units. It doesn't get bright enough in HDR for highlights to pop, and you may notice some banding in scenes with shades of similar colors. Also, OLEDs run the risk of permanent burn-in, but we don't expect that to be an issue for those who watch varied content. If that doesn't bother you, it's the best 65 inch OLED.

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Finding the best inch 4K TV can be tricky if you don’t know what to look out for, especially with more and more models hitting shelves as display technology continues to improve.

Still, while inch models remain the flagship size for most brands, it's the best inch TVs that really offer a step up in terms of impact, and you’d be hard-pressed to come across a inch model that doesn’t deliver on the promise of an improved home cinema setup.

That's not just because of their larger size, though – top-end brands often bundle together their highest TV specifications (whether that’s an OLED panel or smooth motion processing) into inch models, rather than waste them on small TVs that won't be able to show off the latest display tech in its best light. 

To get the best specs out there, then, it makes sense that you'd need one of the best inch TVs, so we’ve put together a list of the models worth buying right now – from the LG G1 OLED to Samsung QNA.

Best inch 4K TVs

1. Best inch 4K TV: LG G1 Gallery OLED

A premium OLED TV that reaches for the light

Specifications

Screen size: inch

Resolution: 4K

Panel type: OLED

Smart TV: webOS

Dimensions: x x mm (W x H x D)

Reasons to buy

+Outstanding contrast+Impressively thin design

Reasons to avoid

-No stand included-Sound system struggles with bass

After something a bit more stylish? The LG G1 OLED is a knockout television that builds on the sleek design of last year's Gallery Series OLED and somehow makes it better – making it a cinch for the best inch 4K TV today.

The real hero here is LG's new OLED evo technology, which updates the panel structure to eke out even more brightness – without increasing blooming effects or, we're told, the chance of burn-in. The LG G1 looks to be a real revolution for the OLED TV maker, then, and certainly offers an upgrade over the cheaper LG C1 OLED – unlike last year, when the CX and GX models were worlds apart in price but effectively offered the same picture performance.

It's an expensive set, and the Dolby Atmos sound system isn't the best for bass – something that will effect all the other LG OLEDs in this guide. But the breathtakingly slim design makes it a real centerpiece television, with the contrast and color benefits of OLED pushed to new, lighting-enhanced heights. The new a9 Gen 4 AI processor is even more capable of smartly upscaling and processing onscreen objects, too, with motion processing in particular getting an upgrade.

Watch out, though: the G1 is really designed to be wall-mounted, and it won't come with a TV stand or feet out of the box. You can buy a floorstanding Gallery Stand alongside, or find a third-party solution for placing on a counter, though.

Read more:LG G1 OLED TV review

2. Best inch TV for HDR: Sony A90J OLED Series

Sony advances the art of OLED with the A90J

Specifications

Screen size: inch, inch, inch

Resolution: 4K

Panel Type: OLED

Smart TV: Google TV

HDR: HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

Reasons to buy

+Robust sound+Nice new OS

Reasons to avoid

-Not exactly cheap-Missing some key features

Sony hasn’t held back in pricing the new A90J 4K TV with OLED, but we believe the performance does justify the hefty price tag. 

Picture quality, from any source, is about as good as it currently gets from any 4K screen, and in every meaningful department – motion control, contrast, edge definition, detail levels, you name it. For those moments when you’re reduced to watching sub-4K content, it’s great at upscaling, too. 

The Sony A90J is also more than a few steps ahead when it comes to sound quality. Using the entire surface of the screen as a speaker is still novel and effective, and backing it up with two conventional bass drivers means the A90J sounds fuller, more direct and just, well, better than any alternative that doesn’t feature an off-board sound system.

Add in a smart new Google TV interface, the usual Sony standard of build and finish, feet that change position to accommodate a soundbar, an exclusive movie streaming service, and an authentically well-designed remote control, the A90J looks like the complete package. Although complete packages seldom come cheap.

Read the full review:Sony A90J OLED TV review

3. Best inch TV for gamers: Sony X90J 4K TV

A great all-round 4K TV aimed squarely at the mid-range

Specifications

Screen size: inch

Resolution: x

Panel technology: LCD

Smart TV: Google TV

Dimensions: x x mm (W x H x D)

Reasons to buy

+Best-in-class image quality+Easy setup and Google TV

Reasons to avoid

-Lingering HDMI issues-Slight screen glare

If you're after one of the best inch TVs, the Sony X90J should do you just fine. 

Having recently launched, it's retailing for a four-figure sum at $1, / £1, / AU$2,, but it offers a lot for that price, and could be a good shout for those with a large enough budget who aren't bothered about a high-end OLED screen.

It has excellent image quality, thanks in part to a new Cognitive XR processor rolled out to Sony's top sets, making for excellent upscaling and contrast control. The X90J also sports the new Google TV smart platform, for easy setup and broad app support as well as the perks of Google Cast from Android devices. There's Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos audio packed in, too, along with two full-spec HDMI ports for your Xbox Series X and PS5.

There are still a few lingering issues, including middling off-axis viewing and struggles with direct daylight – and the X90J will no doubt be beaten by the capabilities of its step-up X95J

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Tech Specs


Quick Specs


Product Type

LED-backlit LCD TV - Smart TV

Display Format

4K UHD (p)

HDR Technology

Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG), HDR 10+

Frame Rate & Enhancement Technology

Motion Rate

Video Interface

Component, composite, HDMI

LCD Backlight Technology

LED backlight - edge-lit UHD dimming

TV Tuner

1x analog, 1x digital

Digital TV Tuner

ATSC, QAM

Internet Streaming Services

Smart Hub

Picture Enhancements

Digital Clean View, contrast enhancer, UHD Upscaling, PurColor

Included Accessories

Samsung TMA remote control, batteries

Voltage

AC V (50/60 Hz)

Power Consumption Operational

Watt

Power Consumption Stand by

Watt

Energy Consumption per Year

kWh

Dimensions (WxDxH) - without stand

in x in x 33 in

Environmental Standards

ENERGY STAR Qualified

Product Type

LED-backlit LCD TV - Smart TV

Display Format

4K UHD (p)

HDR Technology

Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG), HDR 10+

Frame Rate & Enhancement Technology

Motion Rate

Video Interface

Component, composite, HDMI

LCD Backlight Technology

LED backlight - edge-lit UHD dimming

TV Tuner

1x analog, 1x digital

Digital TV Tuner

ATSC, QAM

Internet Streaming Services

Smart Hub

Picture Enhancements

Digital Clean View, contrast enhancer, UHD Upscaling, PurColor

Included Accessories

Samsung TMA remote control, batteries

Voltage

AC V (50/60 Hz)

Power Consumption Operational

Watt

Power Consumption Stand by

Watt

Energy Consumption per Year

kWh

Dimensions (WxDxH) - without stand

in x in x 33 in

Environmental Standards

ENERGY STAR Qualified

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General


Product Type

LED-backlit LCD TV - Smart TV

Power Consumption Operational

Watt

Energy Consumption per Year

kWh

HDR Technology

Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG), HDR 10+

TV Tuner

1x analog, 1x digital

Video Interface

Component, composite, HDMI

Picture Enhancements

Digital Clean View, contrast enhancer, UHD Upscaling, PurColor

Design

Very Narrow Bezel Design (VNB), Slim Design, New Edge Design, Skinny Bezel Design

Enclosure Color

Charcoal black

Display


Display Format

4K UHD (p)

Frame Rate & Enhancement Technology

Motion Rate

LCD Backlight Technology

LED backlight - UHD dimming

Display Menu Language

English, French, Spanish

Additional Features

HDMI quick switch, Auto Motion Plus, Quad-Core processor, E-Manual, Embedded POP, InstaPort S

Stands & Mounts


Stand Features

Simple Luminus

Flat Panel Mount Interface

x mm

Digital TV Tuner


Digital TV Tuner

ATSC, QAM

Video Features


Electronic Program Guide

Digital EPG

Closed Caption Capability

Yes

Media Player


Remote Control


Remote Control Model

Samsung TMA

Audio System


Digital Audio Format

Dolby Digital output

Output Power / Total

20 Watt

Additional Features

Audio Return Channel (ARC)

Speakers

2 x speaker - 10 Watt

Network & Internet Multimedia


Functionality

Digital audio playback, digital photo playback, digital video playback, WEB browsing, Internet video playback

Connect & Share

Wi-Fi Direct, Screen Mirroring, USB Human Interface Device (HID), ConnectShare

Internet Streaming Services

Smart Hub

Supported Consumer Electronics Control (CEC)

Anynet Plus, Multiroom Link

Connections


Connector Type

  • 3 x HDMI
  • 2 x USB
  • Composite video / component video input
  • Network
  • Digital audio output (optical)

Miscellaneous


Included Accessories

Batteries

Environmental Standards


Power


Nominal Voltage

AC V (50/60 Hz)

Power Consumption Stand by

Watt

Estimated Annual Operating Cost

18 USD

Dimensions & Weight Details


Dimensions & Weight Details

  • Panel without stand - in x in x 33 in x lbs
  • Panel with stand - in x in x in x lbs

Dimensions & Weight (Shipping)


Weight (Shipping)

lbs

General


Product Type

LED-backlit LCD TV - Smart TV

Power Consumption Operational

Watt

Energy Consumption per Year

kWh

HDR Technology

Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG), HDR 10+

TV Tuner

1x analog, 1x digital

Video Interface

Component, composite, HDMI

Picture Enhancements

Digital Clean View, contrast enhancer, UHD Upscaling, PurColor

Design

Very Narrow Bezel Design (VNB), Slim Design, New Edge Design, Skinny Bezel Design

Enclosure Color

Charcoal black

Display


Display Format

4K UHD (p)

Frame Rate & Enhancement Technology

Motion Rate

LCD Backlight Technology

LED backlight - UHD dimming

Display Menu Language

English, French, Spanish

Additional Features

HDMI quick switch, Auto Motion Plus, Quad-Core processor, E-Manual, Embedded POP, InstaPort S

Stands & Mounts


Stand Features

Simple Luminus

Flat Panel Mount Interface

x mm

Digital TV Tuner


Digital TV Tuner

ATSC, QAM

Video Features


Electronic Program Guide

Digital EPG

Closed Caption Capability

Yes

Media Player


Remote Control


Remote Control Model

Samsung TMA

Audio System


Digital Audio Format

Dolby Digital output

Output Power / Total

20 Watt

Additional Features

Audio Return Channel (ARC)

Speakers

2 x speaker - 10 Watt

Network & Internet Multimedia


Functionality

Digital audio playback, digital photo playback, digital video playback, WEB browsing, Internet video playback

Connect & Share

Wi-Fi Direct, Screen Mirroring, USB Human Interface Device (HID), ConnectShare

Internet Streaming Services

Smart Hub

Supported Consumer Electronics Control (CEC)

Anynet Plus, Multiroom Link

Connections


Connector Type

  • 3 x HDMI
  • 2 x USB
  • Composite video / component video input
  • Network
  • Digital audio output (optical)

Miscellaneous


Included Accessories

Batteries

Environmental Standards


Power


Nominal Voltage

AC V (50/60 Hz)

Power Consumption Stand by

Watt

Estimated Annual Operating Cost

18 USD

Dimensions & Weight Details


Dimensions & Weight Details

  • Panel without stand - in x in x 33 in x lbs
  • Panel with stand - in x in x in x lbs

Dimensions & Weight (Shipping)


Weight (Shipping)

lbs
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What are the components used in a home entertainment setup?

Components used in a home entertainment setup include a surround sound receiver, a TV or video projector, an antenna, a disc player, and a media streamer. Other components found in a home entertainment setup are a DVD recorder, loud speakers, a subwoofer, connection cables, and a speaker wire.

When did home entertainment become popular?

Home entertainment started to become popular in the s in the United States and other parts of the world. Home entertainment became popular as Kodak 8 mm film, camera, and projector equipment became more affordable. The equipment became the first practical home theater.

What is a home entertainment licensed installer?

A home entertainment licensed installer is a professional responsible for programing multiple remote-control systems and alarm systems, performing all installation work, and mounting televisions on walls. They are highly skilled in theater installations, theater systems, troubleshooting problems with functionality of equipment, and customer service.

What are the components used in a home entertainment setup?

Components used in a home entertainment setup include a surround sound receiver, a TV or video projector, an antenna, a disc player, and a media streamer. Other components found in a home entertainment setup are a DVD recorder, loud speakers, a subwoofer, connection cables, and a speaker wire.

When did home entertainment become popular?

Home entertainment started to become popular in the s in the United States and other parts of the world. Home entertainment became popular as Kodak 8 mm film, camera, and projector equipment became more affordable. The equipment became the first practical home theater.

What is a home entertainment licensed installer?

A home entertainment licensed installer is a professional responsible for programing multiple remote-control systems and alarm systems, performing all installation work, and mounting televisions on walls. They are highly skilled in theater installations, theater systems, troubleshooting problems with functionality of equipment, and customer service.

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Make life easier and use this Samsung Smart TV&#s compatibility to have Amazon Alexa turn on your TV, change channels, adjust the volume, and more. The RU is also compatible with Google Assistant, giving you the choice between the two to make life simple, yet high-class. Want to make the most memorable movie-nights? Samsung now gives you the ability to buy, rent, and watch the newest movies, and even subscribe to and watch Apple TV channels, with the new Apple TV app!

AirPlay 2

This Samsung 4K also throws in AirPlay 2, allowing you to stream or share content from your Apple devices, onto the UHD display. Take a day off and spend it playing videos, music, looking through photos, and more! With this TV, everything you&#ll need for the best entertainment experience will be right in front of you.

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